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Kunj R Mehta, Richard A Lehew, James D Reedy, David D Farris, Paul E Austin: Process for the preparation of siloxane-oxyalkylene copolymers. Union Carbide Corporation, Paul L Leuzzi, July 11, 1989: US04847398 (38 worldwide citation)

An improved process is provided for the preparation of siloxane-oxyalkylene copolymers by a solventless process via hydrosilation of oxyethylene-rich polyethers in the presence of carboxylic acids or carboxylic acid salts as a catalyst modifier. The use of a carboxylic acid or salt prevents acetal f ...


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Paul E Austin, David D Farris, James D Reedy, Charles Blevins, Philbert E Ramdatt: Process for the preparation of organopolysiloxane surfactants. Union Carbide Corporation, Paul W Leuzzi, August 15, 1989: US04857583 (32 worldwide citation)

An improved process is provided for the preparation of siloxane-oxyalkylene block copolymer surfactant compositions which utilized a hydrosilation reaction with high boiling point polar polyols as the reaction solvent. The reaction solvent need not be removed from the block copolymer, particularly w ...


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Kunj R Mehta, James D Reedy: Process and composition for promoting hydrosilylation reactions using sterically hindered nitrogen-containing and phosphorus-containing compounds. Union Carbide Chemicals & Plastics Technology Corporation, W F Gray, March 2, 1993: US05191103 (31 worldwide citation)

A process and a catalytic composition for carrying out a platinum catalyzed hydrosilylation reaction between an SiH-containing material and a terminal olefin. The process of the invention involves heating the reactants in the presence of a platinum catalyst and a promoter which is a hindered amine o ...


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Kang Yang, James D Reedy: Decomposition of halogenated organic compounds. Continental Oil Company, Bayless E Rutherford Jr, November 22, 1977: US04059676 (21 worldwide citation)

A method for decomposing halogenated organic compounds which comprises: (a) heating the halogenated organic compound to a temperature above about 300.degree. C. and (b) contacting the heated organic compound with a catalytic amount of ruthenium-platinum catalyst in the presence of an oxidizing agent ...


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Robert C Lindberg, James D Reedy, Kang Yang: Decomposition of halogenated organic compounds. Continental Oil Company, Bayless E Rutherford Jr, November 22, 1977: US04059683 (18 worldwide citation)

A method for decomposing halogenated organic compounds which comprises: (a) preheating the halogenated organic compound to a temperature above about 300.degree. C. and (b) contacting the preheated organic compound with a platinum catalyst in the presence of an oxidizing agent at a temperature of at ...


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Kang Yang, James D Reedy, John F Scamehorn: Decomposition of halogenated organic compounds. Continental Oil Company, Bayless E Rutherford Jr, November 22, 1977: US04059675 (18 worldwide citation)

A method for decomposing halogenated organic compounds which comprises: (a) preheating the halogenated organic compound to a temperature above about 300.degree. C. and (b) contacting the preheated organic compound with a catalytic amount of ruthenium in the presence of an oxidizing agent at a temper ...


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James D Reedy, Richard T Robertson: Surfactant composition for flexible polyurethane foam. OSi Specialties, Andrew S Reiskind, December 5, 1995: US05472987 (14 worldwide citation)

Surfactants for conventional flexible polyurethane foam may be improved by the addition of a minor amount of an organic acid salt.


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James D Reedy, Daniel Pittner: Ethylene carbonate as a phase-change heat storage medium. Union Carbide Corporation, Gary L Wamer, November 23, 1982: US04360442 (13 worldwide citation)

Ethylene carbonate is used as a heat storage medium in a process for the storage of heat wherein the medium changes phase during the release and absorption of heat.


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James S Ritscher, James D Reedy, Kenneth W Hartman: Surface-active siloxane coating compounds and their use in coatings. OSi Specialties, Andrew S Reiskind, October 25, 1994: US05359109 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a class of surface-active siloxane compounds each having a single reactive alkoxysilane moiety. The siloxane compounds are linear or cyclic and are reactive to moisture and to compositions having hydroxyl-functionality.


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James D Reedy, Kenneth W Hartman: Sulfur-containing silane coupling agents. Crompton Corporation, Michael P Dilworth, February 11, 2003: US06518335 (11 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for preparing sulfur-containing silane coupling agents by reacting an alkoxysilane acetal with a sulfurating agent. The sulfur-containing silane coupling agents so prepared include certain novel mercapto silanes, and are useful in providing rubber tires with improved properties.